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Is it fall yet? I need to know what happens between Rayna and Deacon on Nashville! — Michelle
ADAM: They'll make it out of their finale car accident with only bumps and bruises, but the emotional injuries will be far more serious. "They are never going to have [a] smooth-sailing relationship," creator Callie Khouri tells us, pointing to Deacon's discovery that he's Maddie's father. "[Season 2] is not going to look like Father Knows Best. I don't think Deacon ever thought of himself as father material. We'll see him grapple with... whether or not he's right." Worse, given Deacon's dangerous bender, Rayna will feel even more justified in her decision to lie. "She was kind of right not to tell him," Khouri says. "He couldn't handle it."
OMG! Are all our favorite vampires going to die on True Blood?! — Harold
NATALIE: Bill's prophecy looked pretty damn scary, right?
The eighth and final season of Dexter is beefing up on guest stars.
Showtime confirms Dexter Season 8 will be the final season
TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that 24 villain Julian Sands will...
Sean Patrick Flannery
How cool is this? Actor Sean Patrick Flanery, known for TV hits ranging from The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles to The Dead Zone and that forever fab flick Powder, is heading to the CBS soap The Young and the Restless. He hits the air mid-April. In a nice switch-up, Flanery won't be playing yet another rich, Genoa City power-schemer but rather a...
Sean Patrick Flanery
More than 15 years ago, Indiana Jones got a younger counterpart with the series The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. Young Indy was not only a non-stop source of historical adventures, he was also the break-out role for Sean Patrick Flanery. Since his years as Young Indy, for which he shot shows in more than 35 countries and saw a plethora of guest stars, Flanery has gone on to act in films like The Boondock Saints and shows, such as The Dead Zone (USA). Now, Young Indy's back on the scene with a ten-disc DVD set of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Three: The Years of Change (ready for action today). As the DVD arrives, TVGuide.com reminisced with Flanery about his real-life Indy adventures in places from Rome to Prague (where Catherine Zeta-Jones made a cameo). We also mused about the paparazzi's ethics, both in Indy's time and ours, and got the back story on what he's up to next, in his post-Indy era.
TVGuide.com: Young Indy was one o
Another energetic episode that managed to give nearly everyone something to do even if the writing for the showcasing of Diane Farrs Megan couldve been sharpenedWe begin with young apparently affluent adults clubbing with the focus hanging on Ella Pierce Ari Graynor who at first suggests a Paris Hilton-style tabloid magnetthe Patty Hearst and Symbionese Liberation Army resonances come later She is apparently abducted by a small group which includes a woman shed been dancing with Stephanie Bast who leave with much gunfire into the air and other theatrics but no injury to the witnesses Our FBI unit is called in even if Don Rob Morrow doesnt choose to waken Liz Aya Sumika sleeping in bed next to him Charlie David Krumholtz joins them at the scene immediately suggesting models he could use to track the kidnappers flight as does private kidnapping consultant Jeff Upchurch Sean Patrick Flanery temporarily an employee of Pierces father textiles and clo
Anthony Michael Hall, The Dead Zone
Armageddon is so last week. USA Network’s The Dead Zone (Sundays at 10 pm/ET) ended its first season in 2002 with a hook as fresh as it was horrifying: Psychic Johnny Smith (Anthony Michael Hall) had a vision of Washington, D.C., in nuclear ruin. The man responsible? Ambitious politico Greg Stillson (Sean Patrick Flanery).
Five years later that plot’s still playing out, but now many shows spin on the fear of an apocalypse (Heroes, Sleeper Cell) or have nukes that actually do detonate (Jericho, 24). What was once unfathomable is now almost ho-hum. So how will The Dead Zone — back for its sixth season — keep us hooked on its doomsday scenario? By twisting it, turning it and sending it in
Hey guys Just wanted to let you know that last night a friend and I ventured out to the Newport Beach Film Festival to see Jensens new movie Ten Inch HeroIm no Roger Ebert or anything but I have to say that I really enjoyed the film It was well written it looked beautiful the chemistry of the cast was palpable and their performances were simply sparkling The trio of leading ladies in the movie Elisabeth Harnois Danneel Harris and Clea DuVall did such a good job I believed each of their performances John Doe plays Trucker - the father figure of the group - I really dug his storyline with Alice Kriges character Sean Patrick Flannery and Jordan Belfi are two guys Ive seen from various roles namely Dead Zone and Entourage respectively - they totally shined too And of course theres Jensen who played a mohawked sideburned eyelinered character named Priestly His performance was funny and endearing - and was so very unlike Dean Winchester - it was refreshing to se
Anthony Michael Hall, The Dead Zone
As USA Network's The Dead Zone returns for a new season (premiering Sunday at 10 pm/ET), series star and former Brat Packer Anthony Michael Hall ponders what's in his future.
TV Guide: You filmed the past two seasons of Dead Zone in Vancouver a year ago. Any hints about what's in store for your character, Johnny, this season?
Anthony Michael Hall: He's just finished tracking down Sean Patrick Flanery [who plays corrupt congressman Greg Stillson] for four years.... I can't rememb
On Sunday at 10 pm/ET, USA's The Dead Zone returns for its much anticipated fourth season. Producer and star Anthony Michael Hall (previously best known for '80s flicks like The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles) is ecstatic that his spooky show is at the forefront of the current trend of psychic-themed dramas, like Medium and Jennifer Love Hewitt's upcoming Ghost Whisperer.
"I feel in my heart that The Dead Zone is one of the best shows out there," the 37-year-old original Brat Packer says, "and there is a lot of stiff competition. I'm proud that it has inspired a few other television shows. It is ultimately flattering — that's how I look at it."
Since Hall's character, Johnny Smith, can see into the future, he's more than happy to foretell some major happenings. Spoiler alert! Read no further if you don't wish to know anything about the upcoming season....
As T'Pol on UPN's Enterprise, Jolene Blalock does more than add va-va-voom to the Vulcan image. She's also proven the most intriguing member of that pointy-eared species since Mr. Spock. This week's episode, "Stigma" — airing tonight at 8 pm/ET — reveals T'Pol has a deadly illness, and faces discrimination from Vulcan society as a result. It's an affecting AIDS allegory, in keeping with Star Trek's passion for tackling today's social issues via sci-fi stories.
Here's the sitch: In last season's "Fusion" episode, T'Pol involuntarily did a telepathic mind meld with an emotional Vulcan — a major no-no to her logic-obsessed race. "Mind melds at this time are not accepted practice," Blalock tells TV Guide Online. "In Mr. Spock's time 150 years from now, it's totally common. But here, it's s--- upon. It's voodoo! They